NY Red Bulls v PSG & Arsenal v Boca Juniors Tickets

Arsene Wenger, Arsenal Manager

Emirates Cup 2011: NY Red Bulls v PSG & Arsenal v Boca Juniors 30 Jul 2011 14:00  @ Emirates Stadium

If you plan to be in London at the end of July, be sure to watch the Emirates Cup - considered the world’s leading pre-season tournament - at Emirates Stadium. Premium Emirates Cup football tickets  and Arsenal tickets are available now online.



Joining Arsenal at Emirates Stadium for this summer’s pre-season tournament will be three high profile teams from around the world.

Emirates Cup 2011 will feature the Gunners, MLS side New York Red Bulls, who currently boast Gunners’ legend Thierry Henry in their ranks, leading French club Paris Saint-Germain and Club Atlético Boca Juniors - the most successful Argentine and South American club of all time.

Fans will enjoy two matches on both Saturday and Sunday, with one ticket giving access to both matches on a particular day.

The kick-off times on both days are 2pm and 4.20pm.

A three year extension has been signed with Emirates Airline, as title sponsor of the Emirates Cup until 2013. Arsenal has also signed a five year agreement with MP & Silva to distribute the broadcast rights to the tournament.�

Emirates Cup 2011 kicks-off at 2pm on Saturday 30th July with Thierry Henry’s New York Red Bulls taking on Paris Saint-Germain, followed at 4.20pm with the hosts Arsenal playing Boca Juniors.

Sunday’s fixtures also start at 2pm, when Paris Saint-Germain take on Boca Juniors. Arsenal and New York Red Bulls will bring the competition to an exciting climax, kicking off the final match at 4.20pm on Sunday afternoon.

Teams will be awarded three points for a win and one point for a draw.

The competition also rewards attacking play, with teams being awarded one point for each goal they score. In addition, shots on target will be counted and will be used to decide the tournament winners if teams are level on points and goal difference.

The winning team will be presented with the Emirates Cup trophy after the second match on Sunday 31st July.

“We’re delighted and proud to once again be hosting the Emirates Cup this summer. Over the previous four years, the Emirates Cup has proved to be an overwhelming success and a thoroughly enjoyable weekend of football," said Arsenal Chief Executive Ivan Gazidis.

“Nearly half a million supporters have now come to Emirates Stadium to attend the Emirates Cup in the four years, and the tournament is now recognised around the world as a prestigious pre-season event.

“Emirates Airline has been the proud sponsor of the Emirates Cup since the inaugural tournament in 2007 and we’re obviously delighted that they have decided to continue with this successful partnership.

“New York Red Bulls, Boca Juniors and Paris Saint-Germain are three clubs with great players and huge followings, and they are sure to make Emirates Cup 2011 a hugely exciting weekend of football. Also, I’m sure all Arsenal fans will be looking forward to welcoming back Thierry Henry – a true Arsenal legend.”

Maurice Flanagan, Executive Vice Chairman, Emirates Airline & Group added: “The Emirates Cup is an integral part of our long-term partnership with Arsenal Football Club and a relationship of which we are extremely proud.

“Emirates Cup 2011 is sure to be an exciting pre-season event, which features two of our sponsored teams in Arsenal and Paris Saint-Germain. Also the two other teams are based in key Emirates Airline destinations – Buenos Aires and New York.”

Emirates Cup 2011 Schedule

Saturday 30th July
New York Red Bulls v Paris Saint-Germain (2pm)
Arsenal v Boca Juniors (4.20pm)

Sunday 31st July
Boca Juniors v Paris Saint-Germain (2pm)
Arsenal v New York Red Bulls (4.20pm)

Arsenal is the current Emirates Cup Champion. It is their third title. The 2010 Emirates Cup took place on the weekend of July 31 - August 1 with Milan, Celtic, and Lyon joining hosts Arsenal.

EMIRATES CUP 2011 TICKETS

Emirates Cup 2011: NY Red Bulls v PSG & Arsenal v Boca Juniors Tickets 30 Jul 2011 14:00  @ Emirates Stadium